Hi guys; so sorry for posting loke this question but please im not that much smart turly and im not afraid of this; so i make double work for understanding anything.. My question is: if theres like this: 5 [bird] =8[legs] so can i conclude from this .. At each 5 bird i would have 8 legs? In other words here i can conclude from "equality" that 5:8 is also work for manipulation of how many legs within 10 cats..! What I'm trying to say we can conclude from the "=" between birds and legs that 5:8 is also right for manipulation...I mean however it's "=" in equality equation; we also can conclude ":" 5:8 from the same equation(from bird=legs).....am i right?

Dear Ryan$, you really need to enroll in a course that may go be many different names but it is

*philosophical logic*. I think that I remember that you are in a area with several higher education units each of which has such a course.

At the very least get yourself a copy of Copi's

__Symbolic Logic, See Here__ If I were you I would buy a used copy in good condition.

You can read the material on

*Definite Descriptives. *Bertrand Russell contributed a great deal to this the whole area of mathematical logic, especially the concepts of equality & identity.